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Posted March 01, 2018 in Press Releases
March 1, 2018 Contact: Sarah Lautenbach, Advancement & Marketing Coordinator, 216-361-0033, firstname.lastname@example.org Saint Martin de Porres Students Gather in New Cafeteria of $21 Million School Breakfast is served as new facility transition begins Saint Martin de Porres High School is proud to announce that the transition to our new state of the art school building will begin with breakfast for the students this Tuesday morning, March 6. Saint Martin's new facility is the first school built in the St. Clair-Superior area in over a century, and although classes will begin for our student body on April 9, utilization of the new $21 million facility... read more
Posted February 26, 2018 in Articles
BY BRENNA DAVIS | February 26, 2018Today’s Readings As a proud Cleveland transplant, I have great admiration for our city, especially the lovely Lake Erie, which provides our water. I’d never really given much thought into... read more
Posted February 11, 2018 in Articles
The Ohio High School Athletic Association has released their state tournament brackets for 2018 on both the boys and girls side. The 8-4 Lady Lions will face Cleveland Central Catholic, Saturday, 2/17 at 1pm. You can... read more
Posted February 06, 2018 in Articles
Saint Martin's very own Tony Burke joined the Morning Glory crew on EWTN to discuss how Saint Martin, the Corporate Work Study Program and the entire Cristo Rey Network is tranforming urban education one student... read more
Posted February 02, 2018 in Articles
Catholic school enrollment in the United States has been declining for decades, but one model has continued to grow while helping the most underserved children. Achieving the ‘Impossible’ “Since the mid-1960s Catholic high schools in the United... read more
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